William James Anderson is an Australian comedian, writer, TV host, and podcaster who is also known as Will Anderson. On January 31, 1974, he was born.
Anderson was born in Sacramento, California, but when he was a child, his family moved to Charlottesville, Virginia. Mark’s dad is a doctor and a University of Virginia professor. He teaches students about x-rays and orthopedic surgery.
He is happy to be in the news. But this time, the reason is very bad. We’ve heard some very sad news. Will has just lost the woman he loved.
Yesterday, he wrote on his IG account about this sad news. He wrote, “I don’t know what to say, but I have to try.” This weekend, my sweet Courtney died. She was the smartest, funniest, and nicest person I’ve ever known. She was my best friend. And was and will always be the girl I dream about. I’ll always love you, baby doll.”
Know About Will Anderson’s Wife Courtney Kampa
Will Anderson was married to Courtney Kampa, and they were very happy. On July 1, 2017, they got married. Kampa posted a beautiful picture on July 1, 2021, with the caption, “4 years ago today was the best day of my life! My love, happy anniversary! ❤ ♥❤♥@willyj1234.”
Courtney Kampa was born there and grew up there. She went to the University of Virginia for her BA and then to Columbia University for her MFA. Her first book, Our Lady of Not Asking Why (2017), was chosen by Mary Szybist for the New Issues Press First Book Award. She was a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University.
Her poetry has been published in places like Boston Review, Triquarterly, and Best New Poets. She was a finalist for the 2016 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship and won the Readers’ Choice Award for the Rattle
Courtney Kampa’s Cause Of Death
Her husband didn’t say how she died in his Instagram post, but online reports said Courtney died in a car accident. Her soul should be at rest in peace.
A fellow columnist, Elizabeth Foss, wrote a long post on Facebook about her friend. “Grief on top of grief,” it said at the end. And grief still unspoken. A post that doesn’t make sense because I don’t understand it. Please pray for Irene Starrs and Courtney Kampa’s souls to rest in peace. And please, please pray for the people who care about them.”
Will’s friends and fans are also saying how sorry they are on his Instagram. James Nortan wrote to his friend, “Oh mate. Sorry so much. Thank you for your love and support.
Brad Keselowski wrote, “I hope you only have happy memories and get better.”
“Words fall short of expressing my sorrow for your loss, Will,” Valentina Batta said, showing how she felt. I’m so so so sorry.” Emily Hackett told Will, “I love you. She will always make me think of a smile. I hope to be half as loving and helpful as Courtney was in my own life.”
People who like Will and care about him want the best for him and his family. If you want to remember Courtney, you could buy a copy of her collection of poems, which is now available wherever books are sold.